Trophy works by Henri Matisse, Alberto Giacometti and Pablo Picasso will lead Sotheby’s Impressionist and modern art sale in New York next month.
A museum's "permanent" collection is in fact constantly evolving. Now, the Metropolitan Museum of Art has a new section on its website called MetCollects that showcases a sampling of its continuing acquisitions.
A 600-year-old sculpture, hand-carved from rare wood and covered in gold? Impressive, and invisible, when the painting it frames is screaming, "Look at me!"
A rare 15th century Torah volume, the first printed version to unite all five books of the Hebrew Bible, is coming to the auction block next month in Paris.
I met with curator Sabine Rewald in her cluttered office at the Metropolitan Museum of Art to talk about girls and cats.
Francesco Guardi’s light-filled view of Venice, a painting being offered for the first time in more than a century, may fetch as much as $16.7 million at Christie’s in London in July.
“The Monuments Men” is a noble movie that has a lot of big-hearted Americans and not enough crazy Nazis, not even the Fuehrer.
The gaze stays with you.
A company pays to exhibit the history of its founder. Do you want to see that exhibit in a museum?
The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City didn’t breach the terms of its 1878 lease with the city by charging admission fees, a judge ruled, dismissing some claims filed by visitors last year.